Where has the Summer Gone?

We’ve come up for air and we’re in August!  I’m not sure what happened to June or July, but I do know we’ve been busy.  Here is a recap. It was off to Vegas for the jewelry shows for me

To Our Mothers

To our mothers. . .   You’ve loved us, unconditionally. You’ve wiped away our tears. You’ve nursed us back to health. You’ve been our  biggest fan. You’ve come to our games and cheered  the loudest. You’ve warned us of danger,

Extreme Makeover : Hauser’s Edition

To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. -Winston Churchill   So we ever-strive for perfection.   You may notice a change at Hauser’s.  Not a change in people, values or quality, but a change to become

HERstory.

Nothing tells a story like a piece of estate jewelry.  It’s a statement about the woman who wore it before.  Estate jewelry is all about design and the innovation of the work masters and artists who created it.  It  transcends

What’s Cookin’?

At Hauser’s we love a delicious dish.  When we discover something scrumptious, whether we find it on websites, blogs or simply create our own, we post it so we’ll all eat like kings.  Visit IN THE KITCHEN for some of

Inspiration is our Fifth Season

The holidays are over.  All the clang and clatter is quieted by winter’s nap.  Snow is in the forecast.  It’s cold out and winter has everything in a standstill, but I love this time of year. At our store, it’s

Thinking Outside of the Store

Recently we dined with friends at David Everett’s annual farm-to-table dinner in Colonial Williamsburg.  Having not experienced a dinner like this before, made it unpredictable and fun.  Everything was delicious, wine flowed, family-style plates were passed and passed, weather cooperated

Fall is my muse.

Fall will be here.  I promise. Again the school buses are rolling through our neighborhood and the kids are back on a schedule. During the summer, any fashion sense I might have had went on vacation and it’s time to

All Things Bright and Beautiful

To know my mother-in-law is to be loved.  She is a flowery blend of generosity and kindness mixed with a flair for the dramatic as she never misses an opportunity to act out moments of song and laughter from her

Seven Years Good Luck

For seven years my family and I have returned to my husband’s family camp in the Adirondacks. Each year, there is a newness; and yet camp always remains true to itself with its timber coffee-stained walls surrounded by tall sap-weeping